Xiaomi India on Saturday launched the 4th edition of ‘Mi Summit’ with the vision of enabling B-School students to get hands-on experience with real-world business case studies and problem statements.
The winners will be awarded a cash prize of Rs 2 lakhs, followed by Rs 1 lakh for the runners-up team and pre-placement interviews for both.
“At Xiaomi India, we have always focused on providing opportunities to youth that empower them and help in building a brighter future, ” Muralikrishnan B, President, Xiaomi India, said in a statement.
“Mi Summit programme was started with the vision of helping the young and bright minds of India to follow their passion and truly understand how the world of business functions, ” Muralikrishnan added.
In the 4th edition, students from 27 business cchools can form a team of two from the first or second year and submit their participation.
The personnel crisis facing large companies is no longer a secret. It is increasingly difficult to find personnel to fill the available positions. One of the reasons why we ended up in this situation can be the low level of training of the graduates of some classical forms of education. Solutions? A solution can be exactly the example offered by Xiaomi. The organization of events from which both parties have to win.